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In SQL Anywhere 11 which command line utility would be the 'Java version'? dbisqlc.exe or dbisql.com

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asked 27 Apr '11, 08:49

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edited 27 Apr '11, 08:50


dbisqlc[.exe] is the historical (old) "C" version of dbisql.

The (new-and-improved) Java version of dbisql can be started using either dbisql.com or dbisql.exe

You can read more about dbisqlc (the C version) here and dbisql (the Java version) here. (all references are to the 11.0.1 docs)

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answered 27 Apr '11, 08:53

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edited 27 Apr '11, 09:01

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